For any photographer, especially a wedding one, blog is, first of all, a way to attract new clients. Keeping a blog at such popular web-resources as livejournal.com, blogger.com, etc. allows you not only to post your own creations, but also to follow works of your colleagues & acclaimed photography masters through the Friends Page. There you can also join subject communities.
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The naked human body has been drawing artists’ attention from time immemorial. Artistic nudes were often usually allusions to goddesses and nymphs. The advent of photography triggered a new wave of nudity art cult. Beauty criteria and moral principles vary in different periods of time, so many images of this genre understandably raised controversy.
The world has never witnessed a genius who received the immediate recognition from the public without doing anything about it. This is true for any professional photographer as well. No matter how gifted you are your talent may go unnoticed unless you take certain steps to advertise your work.
I’ve already signed up for Flickr! What do I need a website for?
Once you become a professional photographer you might feel obliged to promote your work at a more advanced level, rather than simply upload your photos to Facebook or Flickr. That’s when your own website could come in handy. A website is a “must have” tool since this is the bedrock of all your marketing efforts. A photographer’s site may in the near future become the only appropriate way to present your portfolio to your potential customers.
Today we are going to analyze the great photos made by recognized masters of photography. We will know more about 10 great photographers and their 10 well-known pictures.